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Hollywood distribution execs are already steaming over this year's unusually hellish holidays movie sked. In fact, most of the winter is something of a mess, with overcrowded conditions portending the kind of precipitous second-week drops in movie perfs so endemic to summer box office these days. But it only gets worse in late November.
Disney, which usually owns Thanksgiving, must share the lucrative B.O. weekend this year with two other high-profile releases. Mouse House tooner "Treasure Planet" will vie with Sony's older-skewing toon "Adam Sandler's 8 Crazy Nights" and 20th Century Fox's "Solaris," a live-action sci-tier helmed by Steven Soderbergh.
Distribs say their Thanksgiving pics target different auds and thus won't …